Henri Roidot was a brother of the poet/author and painter Prosper Roidot.
He lived and worked in Brussels, Ixelles, Ghent and Mons, among other places.
Henri Roidot received his training as a painter at the Académie des Beaux Arts in Brussels.
He was influenced by the impressionist/luminist Emile Claus. He painted, drew and painted in the style of Belgian Impressionism/Luminism landscapes, village and city views, portraits, still lifes, figures and animals, expressing in particular his love for the Brabant countryside.
His works bear witness to optimism, they bathe in the light. He was a member of the art circle "Vie et Lumière" and the circle "Pour" l Arte "in Brussels and was co-founder of the artists' association" Uccle Center d "Art".
He participated in many (group and solo) exhibitions (including in Ghent, Antwerp, Brussels and Ixelles).
Henri Roidot's work has been included in various private, business and government collections, including the collections of museums in Brussels, Ixelles and Mons.